ARGSEA Seafood Argentina


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Carlos Laveneziana: Trading Manager
Tel: +54 223 4712967
Mobile: +54 9 223 5 299 282
E-mail: laveneziana@gmail.com
Skype: carlos_laveneziana
Website: www.argentinaseafood.com.ar

ARG-SEA

Sustainable Seafood

Our Company
Argentina Seafood Traders is a fast growing company that specialises in innovative sourcing and marketing of quality sustainable seafood.
We are in seafood business since 2001, with our offices based in Mar del Plata, main Argentina´s fishing port.

Our Seafood Trading Operations provides a quality service that is backed up by exceptional products sourced from environmentally conscious and reliable suppliers.

Efficient Provision of Quality Seafood.
Efficient provision demands innovative sourcing of sustainable seafood and providing them in a form that best meets customer needs.
Quality is expressed as freshness and processing excellence delivered efficiently to provide user friendly products of unquestionable value.

Anticipating Customer Needs.
The ability to anticipate customer needs is dependant upon focused research of trends in consumer preference and availability of product.
Excellence in meeting these needs necessitates additional research and in-depth knowledge of trends in sustainability of global resources and current developments in harvesting, processing, packaging and transport technology.

– Partnerships
– Integrity
– Knowledge
– Vision
– Quality
– Reliability
– Confidentiality

Argentine Sea Species

This are our main species:
Abadejo – Kingclip (Genypterus blacodes)
Anchoa de banco – Blue Fish (Pomatomus saltatrix)
Anchoíta – Argentine anchovy (Engraulis anchoita)
Besugo – Red Porgy (Pagrus pagrus)
Caballa – Chub mackerel (Scomber japonicus)
Calamar – Squid (Illex argentinus)
Gatuzo – Patagonian smouth hound (Mustelus schmitti)
Corvina rubia – Yellow croacker (Micropogonias furnieri)
Granadero – Grenadier (Coelorhynchus fasciatus)
Lenguado – Flounder (Paralichthys patagonicus)
Langostino – Prawn (Pleoticus muelleri)
Merluza común – Argentine Hake (Merluccius hubbsi)
Merluza de cola – Longtail Hake (Macruronus magellanicus)
Mero – Grouper (Acanthistius brasilianus)
Nototenia – Nototenia (Patagonotothen ramsayi)
Palometa moteada – Butterfish (Stromateus brasiliensis)
Palometa pintada – Leatherjack (Parona signata)
Pargo – White croacker (Umbrina canosai)
Pescadilla real – King Weakfish (Macrodon ancylodon)
Pescadilla – Stripped Weakfish (Cynoscion guatucupa)
Pez palo – Brazilian flathead (Percophis brasiliensis)
Raya – Skate (Raja spp)


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